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Image of Aucuba japonica f. longifolia photo by: Russell Stafford

Russell Stafford

(Japanese Aucuba)

Japanese aucuba is an evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery, dark green foliage. The form longifolia has narrow, bright green, lanceolate leaves. This female plant bears bright red fruit in fall and winter, preceded in spring by small purple flowers.

Aucubas tolerate most well drained soils and prefer partially shaded locations with shelter from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. Aucubas are excellent for hedges or massing and may be grown as large house plants.

(Japanese Aucuba, Japanese Laurel, Willowleaf Japanese Laurel)

Japanese aucuba is a medium-sized evergreen shrub with glossy, leathery, dark green foliage. The female cultivar 'Salicifolia' has narrow, serrated leaves, borne on sea-green stems. This female plant produces abundant bright red fruit in fall and winter, preceded in spring by small purple flowers.

Aucubas tolerate most well drained soils and prefer partially shaded locations with shelter from hot afternoon sun and winter winds. They are excellent for hedges or massing and may be grown as large...

Image of Brugmansia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Angel's Trumpet)

The genus Brugmansia comprises five species of tropical small trees or large shrubs native to Central and South America. Known as angel’s trumpets, these plants are notable for their spectacular, pendant, trumpet-shaped flowers that often have a haunting, exotic fragrance.

Where hardy, these woody plants are evergreen or semi-deciduous, and often have an open habit and multiple trunks. The usually large, hairy leaves are borne alternately, and may be whole or with coarse, spreading...

Image of Brugmansia

PlantHaven

(Angel's Trumpet, Miner's Claim Angel's Trumpet)

The genus Brugmansia comprises five species of tropical small trees or large shrubs native to Central and South America. Known as angel’s trumpets, these plants are notable for their spectacular, pendant, trumpet-shaped flowers that often have a haunting, exotic fragrance.

Where hardy, these woody plants are evergreen or semi-deciduous, and often have an open habit and multiple trunks. The usually large, hairy leaves are borne alternately, and may be whole or with coarse, spreading...

Image of Brugmansia arborea photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Angel's Trumpet, Horn of Plenty)

The genus Brugmansia comprises five species of tropical small trees or large shrubs native to Central and South America. Known as angel’s trumpets, these plants are notable for their spectacular, pendant, trumpet-shaped flowers that often have a haunting, exotic fragrance.

Where hardy, these woody plants are evergreen or semi-deciduous, and often have an open habit and multiple trunks. The usually large, hairy leaves are borne alternately, and may be whole or with coarse, spreading...

Image of Brugmansia aurea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Yellow Angel's Trumpet)

Prized for its huge scented flowers, this broadleaf evergreen from the northern Andes grows as a small multi-stemmed tree in the wild. Showy, trumpet-shaped, golden or white blooms dangle from its spreading branches in summer and fall. Each flower broadens at its tip into five pointed backswept lobes. The blossoms cast a heavy fragrance after dark, attracting moths and other night-flying pollinators. The large, oval, smooth or hairy leaves alternate along the stems. Mature plants bear smooth-margined...

Image of Brugmansia aurea

Jesse Saylor

(Golden Queen Angel's Trumpet, Yellow Angel's Trumpet)

Prized for its huge scented flowers, this broadleaf evergreen from the northern Andes grows as a small multi-stemmed tree in the wild. Showy, trumpet-shaped, golden or white blooms dangle from its spreading branches in summer and fall. Each flower broadens at its tip into five pointed backswept lobes. The blossoms cast a heavy fragrance after dark, attracting moths and other night-flying pollinators. The large, oval, smooth or hairy leaves alternate along the stems. Mature plants bear smooth-margined...

Image of Brugmansia sanguinea photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Red Angel's Trumpet)

The genus Brugmansia comprises five species of tropical small trees or large shrubs native to Central and South America. Known as angel’s trumpets, these plants are notable for their spectacular, pendant, trumpet-shaped flowers that often have a haunting, exotic fragrance.

Where hardy, these woody plants are evergreen or semi-deciduous, and often have an open habit and multiple trunks. The usually large, hairy leaves are borne alternately, and may be whole or with coarse, spreading...

Image of Brunfelsia australis photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Paraguay Jasmine, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

The charming flowers of this broadleaf evergreen shrub provide color and fragrance over a long season. Native to southern Brazil, northern Argentina, and Paraguay, it bears violet-blue, white-eyed blossoms in few-flowered clusters from early spring into fall. The sweetly scented blooms last several days, fading to lavender and white as they age. Spherical, brownish-green, berry-like fruits sometimes follow the flowers. The lush, dark green, oval leaves are normally evergreen but may drop after frost....

Image of Buxus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Boxwood)

The woody plants in the genus Buxus are renowned the world over as meticulously manicured hedges or topiaries in gardens. This group of plants comprises nearly 100 species of shrubs to very small trees with broadleaf evergreen foliage. They are native to woodlands and rocky hillsides in Central America, Europe, Africa and Asia.

The glossy green leaves are small ovals and occur in opposite pairs on the branches (a feature that quickly distinguishes boxwoods from similar-looking small...